*(CNN) — An Atlanta-area special grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia has subpoenaed a handful of key Trump allies, including his former attorney Rudy Giuliani and South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, according to court filings. The subpoenas also cover a handful of the Trump campaign’s other
*(CNN) — As D’Angelo Lovell Williams posed for a kiss with a former partner, Glenn, in front of the camera, their faces each obscured by the black silk cloth of a backwards durag, the photographer had a famous painting in mind. The Mississippi-born, New York-based artist, who is non-binary, had always loved the surrealist art
*Travis Scott was not having Astroworld part 2 and made sure to stop his show to help fans who were in danger! Travis opened for Meek Mill at the Coney Art Walls in Coney Island on Monday and during his set things started to get a little intense in the crowd. It was said that
*18 years after the death of rapper Ol’ Dirty Bastard, some of his children claim they have not received any money from his estate. *The Wu-Tang Clan member (born Russell Jones) died at age 36 of a drug overdose in 2004. It’s unclear how many children he has, but Variety reports there are as many
“The Man Who Fell to Earth” has been received well by audiences and each week, social media users take to Twitter to discuss the series, taking over the trending topics board. The science fiction is based on the 1963 novel with the same title by Walter Telvis and is a sequel to the film released
By Rev. Dr. K. A. Slayton There’s a familiar saying that suggests, maybe “the third time’s a charm.” While it’s still a very popular idiom in our Western culture it […] The post Op-ed: Maybe The Third Time’s The Charm appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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By Demetrius Dillard, Special to the AFRO Basketball legend, philanthropist and author, Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues released a new autobiography chronicling some of his life’s most memorable moments entitled “Muggsy: My […] The post Basketball icon Muggsy Bogues returns home for a book signing appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Kara Thompson, MDDC Intern Dr. Sonja Santelises was recognized on July 5 by Mayor Brandon M. Scott for her six years of service as chief executive officer of the […] The post Dr. Sonja Santelises recognized for time as CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Nicole D. Batey, Special to the AFRO Local entrepreneurs, community and non-profit leaders recently joined Johns Hopkins University’s (JHU) Office of Economic Development to celebrate the release of its […] The post JHU’s Office of Economic Development is celebrating the ‘Sweetness of Baltimore’ appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .